Cathy Tichy, owner of Molly Maid of Central Omaha and Council Bluffs owner compares some shower stalls to the creature feature movies of your childhood and provides some great tips on “taming the beast.”2. Cleaning with Microfiber
“The results from cleaning with Microfiber may surprise you,” says Mark Stanley, owner of Molly Maid of Edmonds / Brier / Kenmore / Lake Forest Park . You can find microfiber cloths for sale in almost any cleaning aisle. They leave no lint behind, are knitted and very soft and are generally safe for use even on painted surfaces.
3. Potential Problems Cleaning with Vinegar
Robert Dillon, owner of owner of Molly Maid of SE Lake and NE Cook Counties reviews the danger of cleaning with vinegar. The high acidic nature of vinegar presents a considerable danger to the many homes that have natural stone throughout.
4. Spring Cleaning Tips
Spring cleaning can be a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be. Liz Schoennekker, owner of MOLLY MAID of Bloomington / East Edina provides tips on getting the Spring cleaning done efficiently so you can move on to enjoy the simple pleasures the season brings
5. A Day in the life of a Professional Cleaner
Irv Leaving quickly learned that being a professional cleaner takes a lot more work than a quick feather duster here or there. In his article he follows Molly Maid owner Robert Dillon through his daily routine.Molly Maid looks forward to your continued readership in 2011, providing you with simple cleaning tips and allowing you to spend your time doing what you enjoy most.
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